International Public Administration Review

The journal International Public Administration Review continues the eleven year operation of the journal Administration, founded in 2003 at the Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana. 

Its new title stresses the greater international focus of the journal. It also indicates its traditional focus on the public sector, public administration and national administration. Changes in a country's public sector are a reflection of social changes in the country and in the world. Therefore the reform of public administration is “a never-ending story”, in which science and the discipline should play an important role. 

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  • CSA PAIS International (Public Affairs Information Service)
  • IPSA - International Political Science Abstracts
  • IBSS – International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
  • SSRN - Social Science Research Network

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Challenges in Public Administration - Transformation for the Future

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Vol 14, No 2-3 (2016)

Theme issue: Options and Opportunities for Structural Changes in the Public Sector

Tematska številka: Možnosti in priložnosti za strukturne spremembe v javnem sektorju

Table of Contents


Social Responsibility and Organisational Commitment in Local Public Administration: The Moderating Role of Organisational Citizenship Behaviour and Social Bonding PDF
Kalsoom BeBe, Wang Bing pp. 13–36
Key Mechanisms of Risk Management in South Africa’s National Government Departments: The Public Sector Risk Management Framework and the King III Benchmark PDF
Tankiso Moloi pp. 37–52
Role of Municipal Council in Increasing Citizen Participation at the Local Budget Process PDF
Memet Memeti, Veli Kreci pp. 53–73
Valuational Overhaul of Regulation and Assessing and Maintaining Education Quality in Slovenia PDF
Stanka Setnikar Cankar, Franc Cankar, Tomi Deutsch pp. 75–94
Public Spending on Childcare as an Indicator of Gender Sensitivity of Budget PDF
Ana Marija Sikirić, Josip Čičak pp. 95–119
Telework in Public Sector Organizations: The Slovak National Library PDF
Mária Murray Svidroňová, Beáta Mikušová Meričková, Juraj Nemec pp. 121–137
Ekonomski učinki finančnih investicij v promocijo zdravja in dobrega počutja zaposlenih v delovnem okolju [Economic Impacts of Financial Investments in the Promotion of Health and Well-Being of the Employees in the Workplace] PDF
Jernej Buzeti pp. 139–167
Post-Soviet Features of Hungarian Administrative Sciences PDF
Ádám Rixer pp. 169–198
Analysis of Some of the Unanswered Questions That the Labour Collective Bargaining Presents Under the Framework of the Spanish Public Administration PDF
Carlos Arroyo pp. 199–205
Main Reasons for the Transformation of Mandatory Hungarian Private Pension Funds PDF
Peter Novoszath pp. 207–225

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